Thursday, October 08, 2009

Clay vs Human


1[kley]  Show IPA
a natural earthy material that is plastic when wet, consisting essentially of hydrated silicates of aluminum: used for making bricks, pottery, etc.
earth; mud.

Clay has memory. He remembers how much pressure has been burdened to him in the past. He remembers how people treated him before. He remembers everything.

When he encounters a pressure, he will take it seriously and start to consolidate. Even when the pressure is taken out of his shoulder, he still holds a grudge. Yes, he learns and struggles to let it go by swelling, but still, a big scar is there and cannot be removed completely.

After some time, he will adjust his life and try to be happy about his life. But, another pressure comes and makes him go back to his past. Again, he consolidates. He knows how seriously he should take any pressure. Based on his past experience, he will adjust the amount of his consolidation. He will try to ignore the pain and shrink a bit for smaller-than-previous-one pressure. He knows exactly how much to take into account. He will not consolidate more for less pressure. His memory is so precise and long-term.

human being


any individual of the genus Homo, esp. a member of the species Homo sapiens.
a person, esp. as distinguished from other animals or as representing the human species: living conditions not fit for human beings; a very generous human being.

Human also has memory. Human also remembers about past pressure given to him. Human also reacts to the pressure he encounters.

But, the difference is that sometimes, human doesn't know how to react appropriately to the pressure burdened to him. Sometimes he take a small problem too seriously, sometimes he ignores something important, sometime he even gets depressed more than ever just because a small pressure.

Human's memory is affected by his feeling, that's why he cannot be as objective as clay.

I am human, not clay. 
That's why I suffer more this time although I know exactly that the wounds are smaller.

U're the best I've ever had

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